Arthur C. Turner, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Political Science, University of California at Riverside
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Arthur C. Turner Professor of Political Science, Riverside. The right to know about governmental affairs: The institution of democracy clearly implies that there is a right on the part of citizens to know about government affairs. The interesting questions concern the limits, if any, to that right. For purposes of government and questions of foreign policy. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Professor Turner received his M.A. with 1st class honors from the University of Glasgow, his B.A. with 1st class honors in Modern History from Queen's College, Oxford University, and his M.A., B. Litt., and Ph.D. from the Berkeley campus of the University of California. He taught at the University of Glasgow, the University of Toronto, and on the University of California's Berkeley campus before joining the faculty on the Riverside campus, where he is now the Chairman of the Department of Political Science. He has received the Cecil Prize, 1939; the Blackwell Prize, University of Aberdeen, 1943, '51; a Rockefeller research grant, Cambridge, 1959-60. Among his publications are: The Post-War House of Commons, Free Speech and Broadcasting, Mr. Buchan, Writer; A Life of the First Lord Tweedsmuir, Implications and Problems of NATO, Pakistan; The Impossible Made Real, and Tension Areas in World Affairs, as well as articles in professional journals.
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- 1 photograph : print ; sheet 26 x 21 cm
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- Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
- Events: Lectures, c. 1963-1966
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